Major Broadcasters Launch NextGen TV Broadcasts in Wichita-Hutchinson

WICHITA-HUTCHINSON, Kan.—Seven of the main tv stations serving the Wichita-Hutchinson market have begun broadcasting NextGen TV aka ATSC 3.0 alerts. The stations concerned in the launch embody: KAKE (the Lockwood Broadcast Group-owned ABC affiliate), KWCH-DT (the Gray Television-owned CBS affiliate), KSAS-TV (the Sinclair-owned Fox affiliate), KSNW (the Nexstar owned NBC affiliate), KPTS (the native PBS affiliate), KSCW-DT (the Gray Television-owned CW affiliate) and KMTW (the  Mercury Broadcasting Company-owned DABL affiliate).As a part of the launch KSCW-DT, which is owned by Gray Television, Inc., and KMTW, which is owned by Mercury Broadcasting Company, Inc, have transformed to ATSC 3.0 transmissions. Those stations are broadcasting their very own programming, in addition to the programming of the opposite taking part stations, in NextGen TV format. All programming of all taking part stations will proceed to be obtainable in the prevailing DTV format, which might be acquired on all trendy tv units. BitPath, which is growing new information broadcasting companies, led the planning course of and coordinated efforts throughout the seven tv stations.TV Tech has been following the launches of NextGen TV broadcast alerts market by market. Our full record of NextGen TV markets is right here (opens in new tab).

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